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GRADY 



VVLN EPATUS NO?^ VI C T US ' 

JOHN GRADY 
1703 1787 

MARY WHITFIELD.HIS WIFE 
ORIGINAL SETTLERS LIVED AND 

buried near this spot 

CHILDREN 

WILLIAM MARY 

ALieXANDER CHARITY., 

LEWIS 

FREDERICK ELIZABETH 

JGHRJr. MARGARET 

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THE OVERFLOW 

PUBLISHED BY 
THE SENIOR CLASS 



B .F. GRADY SCHOOL 

Albertson, North Carolina 

1958 











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FOREWORD 



Music, like the autumn leaves, flows 
gracefully through the air. Itlifts the spirit 
of the young as well as the old when the days 
are long and blue. Night and day, music 
is a warm friend. Make music a real 
part of your life as the seniors have during 
their growing years , which are happily 
bound together. 








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Mr. Taft Herring, 1953; Mr. Grover Rhodes, 1951; Mr. John Dave Grady, Chairman; 

1937; Mr. John Goodson, 1952; and Mr. Alvin Kornegay, 1937. 

We young folks are always blessed by the efforts and the work done through the 
years by older men and women. With steadfast hearts, these folks have striven to 
better our school experiences and our formal educational opportunities. To you, 
former and present school board members and to our parents, we proudly dedicate 
this volume of THE OVERFLOW with love and gratitude. 

Mrs. Sally Wallace Mr. Jerry Smith Mr, M. B. Holt Mr. Major Sutton Mr. Stacy Chestnutt 

1935-1939 1939-1951 1947-1953 1927-1937 1927-1937 






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Mr. Hugh McAden Wells started his services and duties as principal here 
when the seniors were toddling in to begin the first grade. The senior class 
is especially proud to have shared its good and close experiences with their 
beloved principal. 



H. M. WELLS 




HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY 




Mrs. Alice G. Davis 
Columbia University, S. C. 
math, librarian 

Miss Thelma Dilday 
East Carolina College 
home economics 

Miss Mary Anna Grady 
Montreat, E. C. C. 
sciences 




Mrs. John Kelly 
University of Michigan 
English, French 

Mr. Larry Stewart 
East Carolina College 
coach, physics, phy. ed. 

Mrs. Edna Ward 
Western Maryland College 
English, typing 



Mr. Alton Warren 
N. C. State College 
agriculture 

Mr. Edgar Wells, Jr. 
University N. C. 
English 

Mr. H. M. Wells 
Davidson College 
United States history 





Mr. Alton Whaley 
East Carolina College 
math, civics, history 

Mr. Richard Whitley 
N. C. State 
agriculture 

Mrs. Kathleen Wilson 
Converse College 
piano instructor 



MASCOTS 




Joseph Kirby Loftin and Gwendolyn Stapleford 



Left to right; Linda Holt; Carolyn Kornegay; Nancy Lillian Grac 
Remus Creel, Jr., chief; Frederick Rhodes; Thomas Patterson. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

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President Perry Grady 

Vice-President. ..... Jimmy Southerland 

Secretary Nancy Grady 

Treasurers Sue Smith, Joette Smith 

Reporter Frederick Rhodes, ^ 



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SENIORS 







EVELYN MARIE ARNETTE 
"Shy Mt. Olive Slow" 

Superlative; Quietest. 



CARL DEAN BAKER 

"Gladys Friendly Pink Hill" 

Superlative: Most F riendly; F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; 
F. F. A. Vice President 4; Baseball 1; Athletic 
Assn. 2; Bus Driver 3,4. 





PEGGY JEAN CARTER 

"Timid Duane Friendly" 

F.H.A. 1,2,4; Piano 1,2; Class Reporter 2; 
Ath. Assn. 2; Jr. Play Usher. 

REMUS CREEL.JR. 

"Red Ford Talk" 

4-H 1,2; Most Likely To Succeed, Most Studious , 
Most Musical; F.F.A. 1,2; Chief Marshal; Bus 
Driver 4; Beta Club 3,4; Ath. Assn. 1,2; Junior 
Play. 




SENIORS 





NANCY LILLIAN GRADY 
"Books Pipe Poise" 

F.H.A. 1,2,3; Reporter 2; Pres. 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 
Vice President 3; Pres. 4; Music Club 1,2; Band 
1; Ath. Assn. 1 ,2, 3; Librarian 1,2;4-H Club 1,2, 
3; Class Pres. 1; Vice Pres. 2, Sec. 3,4; Beta 
Club 3,4; Sec. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Junior Play 3; 
F.H.A. State Degree Winner 3; Marshal 3; 
Editor o f Annual 4 ; Most Likely To Succeed, 
Best All Round, Most Studious. 

PERRY LINWOOD GRADY 
"Bright Mount Olive Cute" 

F.F.A. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 2,3; Basketball 2, 3; Ath. 
Assn. 1,2,3; Beta Club 2,3; Junior Play Paper 
Staff 3; Class President 3,4; Annual Staff 4; 
Marshal; Best All Around; Best Sport; Most 
Dependable; Cutest, Most Popular; Beta Club 
President 4. 



THEODORE KELLY GRADY 
"Ted Chevy Tootsie" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.F.A. Officer 4; 4 - H Club 1.2; 
Bus Driver 4. 

MARION CARLYLE HERRING 
"Carlie" Chevy Grey" 

F.F.A. 1,2; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Junior 
Play; Most Attractive Pe rsonality; Most Original; 
Most Co-operative; Cattle Judging Contest. 






CLIFTON HERRING 

"Son Drag Weed" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club. 

SHELBY JEAN WILKINS HERRING 
"Jean Shang Jimmy" 

Bus Driver 3; Cheerleader 3; Junior Play 
Usher 3; Ath. Assn.; 4-H 1,2,3. 



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SENIORS 






PATRICIA ANN HERRING 
"Dancing Star Pat" 

F.H.A. Secretary 3; Recreation Chairman 4; 
4-H Club Secretary I; F.T.A. Secretary 2; Vice 
President 4; A. A. 1,2,3; Class Queen 1; Music 
Club 1,2,3; Bus Driver 4; Junior Play 3; Dress 
Review 2,4; Annual Staff Co-Editor 4; Operetta 
2; Librarian 1,2,4; P.T.A. (F.H.A.) Program 3; 
Most Attractive Personality; Most Original. 

SCARLETT LEIGH HILL 
"Popular Wingate Skillet" 

Piano 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 
4; Band 1; Cheerleader 2; A. A. 1,2,3; Bus Driver 
4; Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; 
Most Popular, Most Attractive, Prettiest, Secre- 
tary 2 ; Queen 3. 





LINDA MARILYN HOLT 
"Piano Excitable Phone" 

F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Music Club 1,2,3; 
Band 1; Ath. Assn. 1 ,2, 3; Librarian 2,3,4; F.H. A. 
Membership Chairman 2; Music Club Chairman 
1 ; Class Reporter 2; F.T.A. Secretary2; 4-H 
Club 1,2,3; High School Chorus 1,2,3; Beta Club 
3,4; Beta Club Parlm. 3; Beta Club Treasurer 4; 
F.H.A. Pianist 3; F.H.A. Secretary 4; Junior 
Play 3; Hymn Conte s t Winner 3; Paper Staff 
Typist 4; Annual Staff Typist 4; F.H.A. State De- 
gree Winner 3; Marshal 3; Most Intellectual. 



WILLIAM HERMAN HINES 
"Loafer Liddell Chevy" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 2,3; Athletic Asso- 
ciation 3. 



ELLA LORRAINE HOWELL 
"Dignity Lo Dance" 

Beta Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Projects Chair- 
man 2; Membership 3; Athletic Association 1, 
2,3; Basketball 2,3; Cheerleader 1; Class Vice 
President 3; Paper Staff 3,4; Editor 4; Annual 
Staff 4 ; 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4; President 3 ; County 
Council Member 3,4; Glee Club 1; Talent Show 
1,2; Most Dignified. 

COMMIE NEWMAN JONES 
"Shop Weed Pitcher" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Baseball. 




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SENIORS 









AVERY LOIS KENNEDY 
"Lois Pink Hill Blondie" 

Junior Play Usher; Slowest. 

DELOIS ANNE KORNEGAY 
"Entertainer Gene Helpful" 

Piano Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Reporter 
3; Chairman of Degree s. Chairman of Yearbook; 
Typist 4; Librarian 1; Class Historian 4; F.H.A. 
Junior 1; Chapter 2; State Degree s 3; Junior Play 
Cast 3; Ath. Assn. 2; F.T.A. 4. 



HENRY WEST KORNEGAY 
"No Quiet Baseball" 

F. F.A. 1,2; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; Basketball Junior 
Varsity 1; Baseball 3,4; Quietest; 4-H Club 1,2. 

NANCY CAROLYN KORNEGAY 
"Feather Doll Curiosity" 

F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,3;F.T.A. 3; Secretary 
4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Paper Staff 3,4, (Club Editor, 
Typist); Class Devotional Chr. 2; Annual Staff 
Typist 4; Ath. Assn. 1,2; Bus Driver 4; Piano 1, 
2,3; Marshal; Best Dressed. 





LYNWOOD THOMAS KORNEGAY 
"Tip-Top Chevrolet Rat" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Officer 4th Year; 4-H 

1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . 

PATRICIA ANN MILLER 
"Pat Chatter Sugar" 

4-H 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Secretary 4; A. A. 1,2,3; F.H. A. 
1,2; F.T.A. 1; Cheerleader 1; Basketball 2,3,4; 
Talent Show 1,2; Basketball Co-Captain 3; Mono - 
gram Club 4; Junior Play; Be st Sport; Most 
Athletic; Most Comical; Sports Editor on Annual 
Staff. 





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SENIORS 




FREEMAN WALLACE MURPHY 
"Ford Bug Conceited" 

F. F. A. 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 2,3; A. A. 1,2,3; Most 
Attractive; Monogram Club 4. 



THOMAS DEAN MURRAY 
"Tommy Smoke Handsome" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Ath. Assn. 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram 
Club 1; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Annual 
Staff; F.F.A. President; Most Handsome; F.F.A. 
F ield Day. 





RACHEL GLYNN OUTLAW 
"A.C. Neat Love" 

Class President 2; F.H.A. 1,2; Vice- President 
1; 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club Song Leader 4; 
Ath. Association 1 ,2, 3; Monogram Club 4; Cheer - 
leader 1; J.V. Basketball 2; V. Basketball 4; 
Librarian 1,2; Junior Play; As sistant Bus Driver 
3; Bus Driver 4; Beta Club 2, 3,4; Editor of Paper 
3; Class Dev. Chm. 3; Annual Staff, Typist 4; 
Talent Show 1,2; Glee Club 1; P.T.A. Program 4; 
Neate st. 

KIRBY LOFTIN PAGE 

"Betty Bashful Jokes" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3; 4-H 
1,2,3; Most Bashful; Tool Judging Contest 2. 



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SAMUEL THOMAS PATTERSON 
"Slender Bop Dignified" 

4-H 1,2; Ath. Assn. 1,2; Vice-President 2; Swine 
Judge 2; F.F.A. 1,2; Marshal; Junior Play; Beta 
Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Most Dignified; Neatest. 



JOHNNIE POWELL 

"Mount Olive Bud Ford" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 3; Ath. 
Assn. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 4; Tool Judging 
Contest. 




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SENIORS 





ARLENE QUINN 

"Tom Witty Love" 

Librarian 1 ; Wittie st; F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2, 4; 
Junior Play Usher ^Substitute Bus Driver 4. 

GROVER FREDERICK RHODES 
"Hi Linda V-8" 

F.F.A. 1,2; Tool Judging Contest 2; Cattle Judg- 
ing Contest 2; Junior Play 3; Marshal; King 3; 
Reporter 4, Beta Club 3,4; Annual Staff Bus 
Driver 4; Best Dressed. 



CHARLOTTE BESS SMITH 
"Cute F*iggy Jasper" 

Beta Club 2,3; Reporter, Sec. 4; F.T.A. Secretary 
3, Tres. 4; Class President 2, Assistant Treasur- 
er 3; F.H.A. 1,2; Ath. As sociation 1,2; Librarian 
4; Paper Staff 4; 4-H Club 1 ; Sec. 2; Annual Staff; 
Superalative : Sweetest. 

HUGH GREGORY SMITH 
"Pink Hill Peck Linda Sue" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; 
Monogram Club Secretary-Treasurer 4, Basket- 
ball 1,2, 3,4; Co-Captain 4; Annual Sports Editor 
4; 4-H 1,2; Sweetest. 






JOETTE SMITH 

"Skinny Jo Captain" 

Glee Club 1; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; 
Recreation Chairman 3; Parliamentarian 4; 4-H 
Club 1,2, 3,4; Secretary 3; President4; Clas s 
Treasurer 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3,4; Captain 4; 
Beta Club 2,3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; County Council 
Member 3,4; Annual Staff Typist 4; Monogram 
Club 4. 

PEGGY JEAN SMITH 

"Earl Ford Bop" 

F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,3,4; Substitut e Bus 
Driver 4; Se cretary and Treasurer 1; Sports 
Editor 4; Harvest Festival Queen 4; Junior Play 
Usher; Librarian. 






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SENIORS 




PEGGY SUE SMITH 

"Tommy Store Dependable" 

Class Treasurer 2,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Recreation 
Chairman; 3 Projects Chairman; 4, Hospitality 
Chairman; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 4-HVice President 1, 
2,3; Ath. Assn. 1,2; Junior Play; Most Depend- 
able; Most Co-operative; Piano 1. 

JAMES BOWDEN SOUTHERLAND, JR. 

"Jim Dandy Tall Athletic" 

F. F. A. 1 , 2 ; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2; 
Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 3; Captain 4; Tool 
Identification Contest 2; Beta Club 3,4; Paper 
Staff 3,4; Junior Play; Annual Staff 4; Class Vice 
Pres. 4; Monogram Club Pres. 4; Harvest Festi- 
val King 4; Most Athletic. 





KATHLEEN SOUTHERLAND 
"Shorty Rodney Bop" 

F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H 1,2,4; Vice-President 1; Piano 
1; Operetta 2; Sang for Junior Play; Talent Show 
2,3; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; Librarian 3,4; 
Annual Staff Typist; Cutest. 

PATSY ALLEAN SUTTON 
"Tease Flirt Spoony" 

Basketball 2; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 4; F.T. 
A. 3; Usher at Junior Play; Librarian 4. 



HENRY STEPHEN SUTTON 
"Patsy Sleep What" 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4. 4-H Club. 

DORIS EDNA TAYLOR 

"E.B.R. Friendly Deuce" 

F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 
Reporter 3; Class Reporter 3; Junior Play 
Usher; Cheerleader 3,4; Bus Driver 3; Glee 
Club 1; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 4; 
Music Recital Usher 1; County Council Member 
3,4; Talent Show 1,2; Friendliest. 




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DOROTHY MAE TAYLOR 
"Sweet Blonde 

4-H 1,2; Physical Ed. 1. 



Quiet ' 



AVON THOMPSON 

"Right Speedy See" 

F. F. A. 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Ath. Assn. 1,2,3. 



VERNE MONROE THOMPSON 
"Stoo-pid Witty Shut up" 

F.F.A. 1,2; Tool Identification 2; Cattle Judging 
2; Junior Play; Beta Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Most 
Comical; Wittiest; Most Intellectual. 

MARY GOLD WALLACE 
"Sing James Sweet" 

Ath. A s s n . 2; Cheerleader 2; 4 - H Club 1,2,3; 
Song Leader 2,3; Operetta 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3, 4; 
F.H.A. Song Leader 2 , 3,4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Junior 
Play; Music Club 1 , 2; Librarian 1 ; Most Musical; 
Junior 1, Chapter 2, State Degree 3. 






JOYCE JEAN WILLIAMS 
"Weldon Love Movies" 

4-H Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; 4-H Club Song Leader 3, 
County Council Member 3,4; Ath. Association 1, 
2,3; Cheerleader 2; Basketball 3; Class Secre- 
tary 2; Class Dev. Chairman 3; F.H.A. 1,2; 
Annual Staff Typist 4; Popularity Queen 2 ; Glee 
Club 1; Librarian 1; Talent Show 1. 






It is right; yet it is strange for us to under- 
stand why a young life with its opportunities is 
cutwhenjust a bud. His life had beenmolded and 
nourished by experiences somewhat different 
from many of o u r s . Still this difference did 
not take away Johnny's smile, spirit, courtesy, 
and popularity. He loved and he was loved until 
the tragic summer. We share the belief that his 
task, though short, was willingly and memorably 
done. 



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JUNIOR OFFICERS 







President . . . 
Vice-President 
Secretary ... 
Treasurer . . . 
Reporter .... 



Hugh Smith, Jr. 
.Carolyn Waller 
Carolyn Outlaw 
. . Elaine Grady 
Nell Garner 



SOPHOMORE 

OFFICERS 



Presidents W. G. Simmons 

Ben Turner 

Vice-Presidents Rose Bishop 

Kenneth Reardon 

Secretaries Bobby Herring 

Jo Ann Gresham 

Treasurers Brenda Grady 

D. L. Scott 

Reporter Jack Hill 

Dev. Chr Judy Rouse 

Parliamentarian . . . Thomas Stroud 





FRESHMAN OFFICERS 

Presidents Faye Harper 

Jackie Miller 

Vice-Presidents David Grigg 

Eleanor Herring 

Secretaries Nell Howard 

Sandra Herring 

Treasurers Kenny Page 

Betty Hardy 

Reporters Marlene Taylor 

Linda Jones 



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JUNIORS 



Joe Arnette 
Jean Barnette 



Janice Barwick 
Judith Bell 



Dorothy Blizzard 
Gloria Blizzard 



Ella Fulghum 
Nell Garner 



Frank Gautier 
Mike Goodson 



Elaine Grady 
Jarry Hargrove 



Joyce Harper 
Patricia Harper 



Lawrence Herring 
Bobby Holt 



Jean Howard 
James Hussey 



Fannie Jones 
Ralph Jones 




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JUNIORS 



Milton Kennedy 
Faye Kornegay 



Linwood Kornegay 
Margie Lee 



Vernon Malpass 
Carolyn Outlaw 



Jackie Parker 
Ennis Proctor 



Linda Rouse 
Glenda Scott 



Hugh Smith, Jr. 
June Ann Smith 



Kenneth Smith 
Franklin Stafford 



Ralph D. Stroud 
Sallie Summerlin 



Douglas Sutton 
Richard Taylor 



Carolyn Waller 
Betty Lou Waters 








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JUNIORS 




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SOPHOMORES 




Rhoda Booth 
Rose Bishop 



Judith Brinson 
Clara Bail 



Clarissa Bail 
Brenda Grady 



Morris Gainus 
Jo Ann Gresham 



Bouglas Hardison 
Clarence Harper 



Bobby Jock Herring 
Yvonne Herring 



Bouglas Hill 
Billy Honeycutt 



Trula Howard 
Billy Joe Ivey 



Carolyn Jones 
Marie Jones 



Virgil Malpass 
Bobby Mercer 




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Hugh Grady Outlaw 
Jean Outlaw 



Jo Ann Outlaw 
Linda Outlaw 



Robert Lee Outlaw 
Larry Page 



Carolyn Price 
Jimmy Quinn 



Kenneth Reardon 
Martha Rogers 



Judy Rouse 
D.L. Scott, Jr. 




Bertha Sheppard 
W.G. Simmons 



Alicia Smith 
Donald Ray Smith 



Keith Smith 
Linda Lou Smith 



Barbara Stroud 
Carol Stroud 




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Kathleen Rouse 
Thomas Stroud 



Annie Pearl Sutton 
Herman Sutton 



Lynn Sutton 
Ben Scott Turner 



Carol Tyndall 
Joan Walker 



Sherwood Waters 
Melvin Williams 



Paul Williams 
Joyce Williamson 




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Carolyn Bell 
Seth Blizzard 



Wanda Byrd 
Clayton Creel 



Robert Bail 
Mary Davenport 



Katherine Dunn 
Linwood Sandlin 



Billy Ray Garner 
Carolyn Grady 



Gail Grady 
David Grigg 



Betty Ann Hardy 
F aye Harpe r 



Loujean Harper 
Melda Harper 



Theodore Heath 
Irene Herring 



Sandra Herring 
Janice Holt 




Ronnie Holt 
Leroy Howard 



Nell Howard 
Linda Rae Howell 





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Billy Jones 
Carolyn Jones 



Linda Jones 
Glenda Kornegay 



Judy Kornegay 
Randolph Kornegay 



Betty Faye Lee 
Joyce Lee 



Donnie Mercer 
Jackie Miller 



Elsie Outlaw 
Phil Outlaw 



Kenny Page 
Judy Patterson 



Willie Rouse 
Betty Sanderson 



Alice Smith 
Dill Smith 



Lewis Smith 
Robert Smith 



Zylphia Smith 
Dennis Stroud 



Doris Rose Stroud 
Linda Stroud 




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Mr. Wells: Ted, name three kinds of clauses. 

Ted (Grady): Well, adjective clause, noun clause, 
and Santa Claus. 



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CLASS HISTORY 



After a year packed with glad and sad occasions in the e i g h t h grade, seventy-two bright- 
eyed freshmen climbed the high school stairs to begin four years of work and play. 

Our ninth grade was led by two charming and goodpresidents, Nancy Grady and Henry Grady. 
Our sponsors who helped us along were Mrs. Alice Davis and Miss Grace Baker. Most of us 
became members of the F.H.A. or F.F.A. The thing we enjoyed most was the initiation. 

Even before we knew it, school was coming to a close and we remembered all the parties and 
weiner roasts we had during the year. 

It wasn't long before it was barefoot time again and did it seem good, after wearing our shoes 
all the year. Then it wasn't long before the tobacco barning time. 

Soon this freedom was over and sixty-two jolly sophomores returned in August 1955 with new 
notebooks, pencils, and stories of the summer. 

Checking in our homerooms, we found that Miss Mary Anna Grady and Mrs. Grace Carlton 
were our homeroom teachers of whom we were proud. During the year parties andEnglish pro- 
jects thrilled our souls. We will never forget Mr. Edgar Wells and William Shakespeare whom 
we studied about so much. 

Soon after mid-term exams, grades were averaged for the Beta Club membership. Nancy 
Grady, Charlotte Smith, Linda Holt, Remus Creel, Perry Grady, Carlyle Herring, Scarlett Hill, 
Lorraine Howell, Carolyn Kornegay, Rachel Outlaw, Thomas Patterson, F rederick Rhodes, Gregory 
Smith, Joette Smith, and Jimmy Southerland became members. We were really proud of them. 

We chose our class officers. They were Charlotte Smith and Rachel Outlaw, presidents; 
Thomas Patterson and Nancy Grady were vice-presidents; Joette Smith andSue Smith, treasurers: 
Linda Holt and Peggy Carter were reporters. We will never forget the skating parties we had at 
Goldpark Lake. Everyone was so sore and blue from falls that they could hardly make it to school 
the next day. We also had a hamburger supper at the Cliffs during the year. 

Several of our classmates joined the F.T.A. under the direction of Mrs. Davis. 

School was soon out and we were in the fields again. Before we even realized it, we were 
on the buses again bound for school. 

Fifty-five happy and good-looking junior s entered the end room to start their happy and busy 
year with Mr s. Glover as our class sponsor. Our first projectwas selling magazines for which we 
chose sides to see which sides could sell the most. The losing side gave the winning side a party at 
King's in Kinston. Several won watches. We beat all the classes before us with sales. 

Our next joy was when we ordered our class rings. After a long fuss we made up our minds 
to get red sets. We were tickled when they finally arrived and that day will never be forgotten. 

Another one of our important projects was the presentation of our play, "The Cannibal Queen" 
under the direction of Mrs. Glover. Characters in the play were Patricia, Remus, Pat, Freddy, 
Anne, Rachel, Mary Gold, Verne, Perry, Nancy, Linda, and Sue who was the Queen. 

Soon after our play was over, Mrs. Glover had to leave us because of illness. Mrs. Steve 
Wilkins of Rose Hill took her place; so we coixldn't have asked for anyone any better than Mrs. 
Wilkins. 

Soon after Mrs. Wilkins came we started planning the Junior-Senior Banquet which we will 
never forget. The theme of our banquet was "An Evening in Gay Paree." 

It is pleasant to recall our class officers : Perry, president; Lorraine, vice-president; Nancy, 
secretary; Joette and Charlotte, treasurers; Doris, reporter 

Another one of our memories was going to Greenville to attend "High School Day". 

After a three months' vacation the school doors began to swing open and we gladly passed 
through them once more. We were finally seniors! As we entered the senior homeroom we 
found to our surprise that Mr. Edgar Wells and Mr. LarryStewart were our homeroom teachers. 
Knowing of the work ahead we jumped right in and elected our officers with Per-ry as president. 
We decided to have dances every other Wednesday night with the proceeds goingfor our Washing- 
ton-New York Trip in the spring. 

We will never forget the days we pulled corn at Perry's home. We still remember those 
hands and cockleburs. 

Calling cards have already been received and exchanged. Invitations have been selected. 

We will never forget the experiences from selling candies. 

The New Year's Eve Party held at the Pleasant Grove Community Building will always be 
memorable. 

Now the senior play, graduation in blue caps and gowns, and our trip lie just around the cor- 
ner for forty-six happy seniors. 



Anne Kornegay 
Historian 



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CLASS PROPHECY 



Now let's see--Peggy Carter is getting married, of course. To Duane who? By the time she's 
sixty, she'll have great grandchildren! 

Remus Creel, Jr. Here we go. Much as I hate to think of it, he just might get to design- cars. 

I, can see it now. . .Continental Kit on Continental Kit. 

Perry L. Grady. Perry a n d I will get out o f college together as engineers. I will build an 
atomic airplane and he will wire it. (Ha-Ha Chuckle) 

Carlyle Herring? Why, he is going to stay home and persuade his father to buy a V-8 tractor. 
Bud Powell is working with a destruction company tearing up dirt roads. 

Patsy Sutton works at Du Pont. 

Dorothy Taylor. Let's be safe and say she gets married. 

Stephen Sutton becomes a model for men's clothing. . .migosh, what a built! 

Mary Gold Wallace is a singer on Perry Como's show. Opera? 

Soon Jean Wilkins Herring will be a housewife. 

Avon Thompson joins the Navy and swabs decks over the Bounding Maine. 

Margo Deaver said she might be dead in ten years. Let's hope not! 

Pat Miller becomes an actress. (Shudder) And sign with Warner Sisters. 

Rachel Outlaw marries A. C. (of cuss, of cuss). 

Thomas Patterson is working out the p a y m e n t s on that two dollar marriage license. He'll be 
working the rest of his life. 

Arlene Quinn is getting hitched too. 

Freddy Rhodes is a real sharp lawyer. When he defends somebody, they end up carrying the 
judge to jail. 

Charlotte Smith. Onward to college! In her spare time she uses her artistic ability to amuse 
herself. 

Gregory Smith opens up a photography studio and makes like Bob Cummings. 

Joette Smith also gets married, so there's no more to be said. 

Peggy Smith is an instructor at Arthur Murray's. She teaches bop! 

Sue Smith goes to Fayetteville and becomes social director for the motel. 

Jimmy Southerland gets a job at Detroit test-driving Fords. 

Kathy Southerland becomes a female disc-jockey and uses her own records. 

Doris Taylor gets married to "guess who". We lost another one. General! 

Verne Thompson- -That 's the good thing about being the prophet--you don't have to do your own. 
(Cackle) 

Joyce Williams gets hooked to Weldon Rouse. 

Since he loves it so much, Carl Baker will become a Vo-Ag teacher. 

Well, I guess Donald Grady will join the land of the living dead too. (Get married, that is). I 
don't know to whom. 

Ted Grady~become s a doctor so he can set his broken bones. 

Scarlett Hill--That one's easy. She becomes a model! 

Lyn Toni Kornegay' gonna be a math teacher. (Wow! I had to stretch for that one.) 

West Kornegay becomes a bomb expert so he can put one on my car. 

Tommy Murray goes into the Army. 

Clifton Herring is going to become a chemist and work on a hair dye for bald-headed men. 

I see Herman Hines becoming a barber and making his specialty "side -Burn grooming". 
Freeman Murphy has the barber fchair next to Herman. 

Kirby Page is helping Clifton with hair dye. 

Linda Holt graduates from Meredith or somewhere with top honors. But she wastes it all being 
a teacher. 

Lorraine Howell- -She 's in the same boat. So, Linda, don't rock it! 

Commie Jones in later years is a combination catcher-pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. 
Lois Kennedy is going to work in a store at Pink Hill. 

Ann Kornegayis going to be an interpreter for the United Nations and talk to her hearts content. 
Carolyn Kornegayis going to.be a cotton-picking, feather-packer for the Featherbed Corporation. 
(Ha-Hysterics ) 

Nancy Lillian Grady is discovered by the government and works along-side ULTVAC. 

Evelyn Arnette works in the fair city of Mt. Olive. 

Pat. Herring is in Miami doing interior decorating. 



Verne Thompson, prophet 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the Senior Class of 1958, B.F. Grady High School, 
in the County of Duplin, State of North Carolina, being 
of sound mind and realizing our impending departure 
from this school, do here by declare and make this our 
Last Will and Testament. 

Article I 

To B.F. Grady High School, we leave our love, our 
many hours spent at study here and our gratitude for 
all the things we have learned. Yes, we leave you, but 
with happy memories. 

Article II 

To Mr. H. M. Wells, our principal, we leave our deep- 
est gratitude for the effort and time spentfor the Senior 
Class. 

Article III 

To Mr. Edgar Wells and M r . Stewart, our senior 
sponsors, we leave our deepest devotion for helping 
us have the happiest school year ever. 

Article IV 

To the High School Faculty, we wish to say "thank you" 
for what you did and the interest you held for us in our 
four years of high school. 

Article V 

To the undergraduates: To the Junior Class we leave 

the job of issuing the two great publications, "The Big 
Facts of Grady" and The Overflow; our ability to 
support our King and Queen in the Harvest Festival. 

To the Sophomores and Freshmen, we leave our 
hopes that before long you will occupy the position that 
we now hold. 

Article VI 

Individual bequests : During our four years of school we 
have accumulated some well-known articles which we 
would like to bestow upon specific underclassmen. 
They are as follows: 

Peggy Carter wills her good time s in fourth period 
study hall to Douglas Hill. 

Ann Kornegay wills her way to get along with her teach- 
ers to Nancy Carol Tyndall. 

Mary Gold Wallace wills her ability to sing to Bobby 
Holt. 

Rachel Outlaw wills her height and short hair to Irene 
Herring. 

Joyce Williams her naturally curly hair to Elaine 
Grady. 

Arlene Quinn wills her ability to get a diamond to 
Margie Lee. 

Linda Holt wills her musical ability to Bobbie Jock 
Herring. 

Jean Herring wills her abilityto get marriedto Jackie 
Mille r. 

Clifton Herring wills his black hair to Kenneth Smith. 
Perry Grady wills his height and ability to not get 
homework to Lewis Smith. 

Joette Smith wills her slender figure to Linda Lou 
Smith. 

Kathy Southerland wills her good times at Pink Hill 
and on the Big "M " to Brenda Grady. 

"Pat" Miller wills her temper to Mr. Stewart since he 
doesn't have one. 



Nancy Grady wills her seriousness to Nell Garner. 

Evelyn Arnette wills her quiet ways to Marlene Taylor 
and Jackie Miller, and hopes that they will use 
them as much as she did. 

Lorraine Howell wills her dignified way to Judy Rouse. 

Thomas Patterson wills his BOP Steps to Mike Good- 
son. 

Remus Creel wills 48 to anyone who needs the $Z5 a 
month. 

Charlotte Smith wills her long hair to Carolyn Waller. 

Sue Smith wills to Martha Rogers her slender line in 
hopes that she'll take heed b<“fore becoming too 
thin. 

Avon Thompson wills his Crew Cut to Robert Lee Out- 
law. 

Kirby Page wills his good times on the Pontiac to 
Betty Kaye Herring and his black hair to Hope 
Welch. 

Freeman Murphy wills his side burns to Kenneth Smith 
and his "55" F ord to June Ann Smith. 

Patricia Ann Herring wills her ability to talk and 
giggle on study hall, without getting caught at it, 
to Yvonne Herring. 

Margo Deaver wills her good times at the Nu Pont to 
Linda Stroud. 

Ted Grady wills 69 to anybody who can drive it. 

Carl Baker wills his quiet, easy ways, and his ability 
to get along with people to the courageous and 
dangerous Douglas Sutton. 

Tommy Murray wills his "curly hair" to Lynn Sutton. 

Bud Powell wills his love for Mount Olive to June Ann 
Smith. 

Commie Jone s wills his ability to play baseball to 
Kenneth Reardon. 

Herman Hines wills his blue eyes to Punk Outlaw. 

Verne Thompson wills his witty and comical ways to 
Maxful Whaley but refuses to will his convertible 
to anyone. 

Steven Sutton wills his love for "Patsy" to anyone with 
red hair. 

Patsy Sutton wills her curly hair to Mr. H. M. Wells. 

We st Kornegay wills his well - controlled t e m p e r to 
Melvin Harper while playing baseball. 

Lynn Tom Kornegay wills his jokes to Rhoda Booth. 

Peggy Smith wills her good time s at Nu Pont Drive - 
In to Barbara Stroud. 

Carlyle Herring wills his "Long Legs" to Betty Lou 
Waters so she can play better basketball. 

Carolyn Kornegay wills her dignified ways to Glenda 
Scott and her slowness to Bobbie Jock Herring. 

Donald Grady wills his ability to copy papers to Alice 
Faye Smith. 

Jimmy Southe rland wills all of his basketball ability to 
D. L. Scott so that he can keep Grady winning. 

Dorothy Taylor wills her quietness to Betty Lou San- 
derson. 

Lois Kennedy wills her English book to anybody who 
can pass under Mr. Edgar Wells. 

Doris Taylor wills her friendly ways to Sandra Herring 
and Gail Grady. 

Freddy Rhodes wills his flat-top to Robert Smith. 

Scarlette Hill wills her ability to forget her glasses to 
Carolyn Outlaw. 

Carlyle Herring, Testator; Patricia Miller, Testatrix. 



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Messrs. James Whitley, Alton Warren 



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President Joyce Harper 

Vice-President Carolyn Outlaw 

Secretary . . . . Linda Holt 

Treasurer June Ann Smith 

Reporter Bobby Herring 

Pianist Carolyn Waller 

Song Leader Mary Wallace 

Parliamentarian Joette Smith 

Advisor Miss Thelma Early Dilday 





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2nd Row: Betty Waters, Nellie W a t e r s , Mary Kelly, 
Patricia Harper, Janet Herring, Melvin Williams, 
Ruth Rhodes, Ruth Bail, Judy Rouse. 3rd. Row: Gail 
Rouse, Denise Kornegay, Carolyn Herring, Phyllis 
Holt, Phillip Grady, Zinnie Quinn, Jean Patterson, 
John Rouse, Linda Smith. 



First row, left to right: Freeman Murphy, West Korne- 
gay, Bud Powell, Tommy Murray, D.L. Scott, Jack 
Hill, Franklin Stafford, Melvin Harper, Bobby Holt. 
Second row: June Smith, Doris Taylor, Rachel Out- 
law, Patricia Miller, Joette Smith, Betty Waters, 
Joyce Harper, Linda Jones, Lou jean Harper, Linda 
Rouse. Third row: Jimmy Souiherland, Hugh Smith, 
Patricia Harper, Jean Howard, Gregory Smith, Mike 
Goodson, Bobby Williamson, Janice Holt, Mr. Larry 
Stewart, coach. 



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SCHOOL SNAPSHOTS 





First row, left to right: Carl Baker, Frank Gautier, Ted Grady, Ennis Proctor, 
Back row: Frederick Rhodes, Carolyn Kornegay, Rachel Outlaw, Patricia Herring, 
Scarlett Hill, Carolyn Outlaw, Mike Goodson. 



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ASPIRANTS 




WINNERS 



HARVEST 

FESTIVAL 

KINGS 

QUEENS 





HIGH SCHOOL 

JIMMY SOUTHERLAND 
PEGGY JEAN SMITH 



GRAMMAR 

JOHNNY RANKIN 
JUDY ALPHIN 



PRIMARY 

LEWIS KEATHLEY, JR. 
YVONNE CARTER 



JIMMY SOUTHERLAND PEGGY JEAN SMITH 



BABY CONTESTANTS 







HAPPY SENIORS 



A QUEEN 




GRANDMA REMUS 
CHRISTMAS SUSPENSE 




A MODEL 
GIRLS FIRST 




Carl Baker 
Remus Creel, Jr. 
Donald Grady 
Perry Grady 
Ted Grady 
Clifton Herring 
Carlyle Herring 
Herman Hines 
Commie Jones 
West Kornegay 
Lynwood Kornegay 
Freeman Murphy 
Tommy Murray 
Kirby Page 
Thomas Patterson 
Johnnie Powell 
Freddy Rhodes 
Gregory Smith 
Jimmy Southerland 
Stephen Sutton 
Verne Thompson 
Evelyn Arnette 
Peggy Carter 



HAPPY BRITHDAY, 



SENIOR BIRTHDAYS 



May 9 
May 23 
May 1 3 
September 10 
September 6 
May 1 9 
September 18 
December 22 
October 29 
May 6 
May 1 1 
March 28 
October 4 
October 4 
F ebruary 2 
July 6 

February 19 
January 1 5 
April 22 
November 14 
October 3 
October 7 
March 27 




Margo Deaver 
Nancy Grady 
Jean Wilkins Herring 
Patricia Herring 
Scarlett Hill 
Linda Holt 
Lorraine Howell 
Lois Kennedy 
Anne Kornegay 
Carolyn Kornegay 
Patricia Miller 
Rachel Outlaw 
Arlene Quinn 
Charlotte Smith 
Joette Smith 
Peggy Smith 
Sue Smith 
Kathy Southerland 
Patsy Sutton 
Doris Taylor 
Dorothy Taylor 
Mary Wallace 




February 21 
December 27 
January 31 
May 28 
April 2 
April 24 
May 1 8 
December 24 
February 9 
September 17 
June 29 
January 1 
August 23 
January 16 
January 1 7 
October 18 
August 6 
September 8 
August 27 
January 1 3 
October 25 
October 19 
March 28 



DEAR SENIORS 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 





Mrs. Varner Garner 
East Carolina College, Third Grade 
Mrs. Henrietta S. Grady 
East Carolina College, Third Grade 



Miss Bessie Kornegay 
East Carolina College, Seventh Grade 
Mrs. Hazel A. Kornegay 
Guilford College, Sixth Grade 



Mrs. Herman Outlaw 
Appalachian State College, First Grade 
Miss Sally Outlaw 

Appalachian State College, First Grade 



Mrs. Ida B. Sanderson 
East Carolina College, Sixth Grade 
Mrs. Auline L. Smith 
East Carolina College, First Grade 



Mrs. Lucy O. Smith 
Appalachian State College, Third Grade 
Mrs. Mae Spicer 
Montreat College, Eighth Grade 



Mrs. Mary W. Stroud 
East Carolina College, Second Grade 
Mrs. Lorena B. Vestal 
N. C. State College, Seventh Grade 



Mrs. Louise H. Wells 
W.C.U.N.C., Fifth Grade 
NOT PICTURED 
Miss Ruth Faulkner 
East Carolina College, Fifth Grade 



Mrs. Katie Rowell 

East Carolina College, Second Grade 
Mrs. Lucy Grady 

East Carolina College, Second Grade 




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EIGHTH GRADE 




Hugh Adams 
Jewel Adams 
Judy Alphin 
Jo Ann Barnette 
Joseph Barnette 
Blythe Bell 
Patricia Bell 
Gwendolyn Bishop 
Preston Bryant 
Vernell Carter 
Billy Bail 
Larry Davis 
Shelton Dawson 
Joyce Fulghum 
Dorothy Gainus 
Needham Gainus 
Allen Grady 
Donald Grady 
Harry Grady 
Patricia Grigg 
Linda Hardison 
Vivian Harper 
Betty Herring 
Helen Herring 
Ellen Herring 
Oliver Herring 
Donald Hill 
Laurie Jackson 
Elwood Jones 
Henry Jones 
Jackie Jones 
Kenneth Jones 
Muriel Jones 
William Jones 
Faye Jordan 
Carol Malpass 
Jack Miller 
Robert Outlaw 
Johnny Rankin 
Ruth Ann Rhodes 
Shirley Rouse 
Tommie Scott 
Dwight Sheppard 
Aaron Smith 
Barbara Smith 
Carol Smith 
Joan Smith 
Tom Smith 
Sandra Southerland 
Carolyn Stafford 
Burma Stroud 
Wayland Stroud 
Ada Sullivan 
Kenneth Thigpen 
Joe Tillman 
Carol Waters 
Gaynelle Waters 
Nelson Waters 
Virginia Walker 
Nellie Waters 
Joan Westbrook 
Lynda Westbrook 
James Whaley 

(Not Pictured) 

Joe Hill 
Sherwood Holt 
Ernest Knowles 
Chesley Murphy 
Virginia Quinn 
Jane Reardon 
Linda Waters 



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SEVENTH GRADE 



Bobby Bell 
Vernon Bordeaux 
William Bryant 
Margaret Carter 
Betty Dawson 
Elizabeth Dunn 



Larry Dunn 
Haywood Edwards 
Gene Eubanks 
Linda Grady 
Johnnie Hardison 
Garry Harper 



Leroy Harper 
Harry Herring 
Dwight Hill 
Ralph Holland 
Faye Howard 
Lyndon Hussey 



James King 
Terry Koonce 
Major Kornegay 
Clark Lane 
Eugene Lee 
Louise Maready 



Artie Miller 
Bonnie Murphy 
Phyllis Outlaw 
Zennie Quinn 
Frances Robinson 
Kenneth Robinson 



John Rouse 
Ruth Sanderson 
Braxton Smith 
Mary Stafford 
Douglas Stroud 
Edna Stroud 



Janice Sutton 
Virginia Sutton 
Catherline Taylor 
Linda Taylor 
Jerry Tillman 
Dean Waters 



Linda Whaley 
Donald Williams 
Glenn Williams 
Linda Williamson 
Molly Kaye Williams 
Murphy Williams 

Not Pictured: 
Kenneth Murphy 




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SIXTH 

GRADE 

Hilda Alphin 
Janice Alphin 
Sammy Alphin 
Harvey Arnette 
Billie Bell 
Dennis Blizzard 
Milton Brinson 

Edna Carter 
Annette Chestnutt 
Evelyn Ann Dail 
Billy Daniels 
Eldon Davis 
Linda Foss 
William Foss 

Beverly Grady 
Phillip Grady 
Mary Ann Gresham 
Sherry Hansley 
Christine Harper 
Dennis Harper 
Johnnie Harper 

Carol Heath 
Violet Hill 
Ray Holmes 
Ruth Howard 
David Ingram 
Connie Jo Jackson 
Dorothy Jernigan 



Brenda Jones 
Carolyn Jones 
Nellie Jones 
Mary Jo Kelly 
Jean Knowles 
Hester Lee 
James Outlaw 



Billy Patterson 
Craig Potter 
Douglas Powell 
Evelyn Robinson 
Sandra Sheppard 
Hugh Curtiss Smith 
Judy Faye Smith 



Tunnelia Smith 
Daphne Stroud 
Ellis Stroud 
Wendell Stroud 
Glen Thigpen 
Dollie Tillman 
Jimmy Turner 



Maggie Turner 
Peggy Tyndall 
Maureen Wallace 
Robert Wallace 
Judy Waller 
Larry Welch 
Janet Westbrook 



Jacob Whaley 
Patsy Whaley 
Louis Whitfield 



FIFTH GRADE 



Dennis Alphin 
Melvin Alphin 
James Bell 
Janice Bell 
Leroy Blizzard 
Patricia Bradley 
Glenda Brinson 
Patricia Carter 
Angela Dail 
Ruth Dail 
Elizabeth Dawson 
Stewart Deaver 
Tempie Deaver 
Bobby Duncan 
Janice Gainus 
Bobby Goodson 
Joel Hardy 
Mary Harper 
Danny Harrell 
Carolyn Herring 
Charles Herring 
Janet Herring 
Larry Herring 
Kenneth Hill 
Frances Holmes 
Jimmy Holmes 
Paul Holmes 
Phyllis Holt 
Lake Howard 
Larry Howard 
Carolyn Jones 
Je rry Jones 
Melvin Kornegay 
Jimmy Lee 
Kenneth Lee 
Rebecca Page 
Jean Patterson 
Joe Pike 
Reed Potter 
Earl Pope 
Dean Powell 
We sley Rouse 
Patsy Sandlin 
Ambrose Smith 
Ann Smith 
Michael Smith 
Winnifred Southerland 
Willie Stafford 
Bobby Stroud 
Elaine Stroud 
Hubert Stroud 
Judy Stroud 
Ola Stroud 
Robert Stroud 
Thomas Sutton 
Elwood Taylor 
James Thigpen 
Annette Turner 
Laut Turner 
June Walker 
Glenda Whaley 
Margery Whitfield 
James Williamson 




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David Alphin 
Romona Alphin 
Suzanne Alphin 
John W. Bell 
Ronald Bell 
Wanda Bell 
Donald Blizzard 
Annie Brinson 
Stanley Byrd 
Ronnie Cox 
Patsy Dail 
Terry Dail 
Janice Davenport 
Brenda Deaver 
Geraldine Duff 
Linda Edwards 
William Eubanks 
Barbara Grady 
Patricia Grady 
James Gresham 
Albert Harper 
Jo Ann Heath 
Judy Henderson 
Betty Sue Herring 
Betty Holme s 
Jean Howard 
Lue Ann Howard 
Dianne Jackson 
Linda Johnson 
Bruce Jones Jr. 
Gary Jones 
Woodley Jones 
Lewis Keathley Jr. 
Carl Kornegay 
Claudine Kornegay 
Denise Kornegay 
Eugene Kornegay 
Roy Le Kornegay 
F orest Lee 
Leamon Lee 
Larry Mercer 
Mary Mewborn 
Leslie Murphy 
Winston Murphy 
Henry Clay Nobles 
Shirley Picket 
Sarah Rhodes 
Elizabeth Ronell 
Gail Rouse 
Martha Sheppard 
Betty Smith 
Boyce Smith 
Devon Smith 
Gary Alvin Smith 
Marjorie Smith 
Rachel Smith 
Rose Stafford 
Billy Stroud 
Bryson Stroud 
Kay Stroud 
Marshall Stroud 
Thomas Sullivan 
Carolyn Sutton 
Joyce Taylor 
Marie Taylor 
Sylvia Taylor 
Linda Tillman 
Linda Tyndall 
Glenda Williams 
Earl Whaley 
Daniel Whaley 
Anthony Westbrook 
Phyllis Waller 
Willie Worrell 
Milford Waters 
(Not pictured) 

Max Whitley 
Jenny Williams 
Linda Kay Hill 
Darry Hargrove 
Ruby Lee Edwards 



THIRD GRADE 



Joyce Alphin 
Roger Alphin 
Helen Alphin 
Sandra Kay Bell 
Brenda Kay Blizzard 
Charlie Dail 
Tex Davenport 
Kenneth Dail 
Elizabeth Deaver 
Sammel Faires 
Johnnie Earl Howard 
James Fulghum 
W.T. Gufford 
Shelton Hardy 
Freddie Harper 
Je r ry Harpe r 
Rodney Harper 
Susie Harrell 
Emily Herring 
Prentice Herring 
James Earl Hill 
Larry Holt 
Sharon Howard 
Freddy Hudson 
Edna Grey Ivey 
Robert Jackson 
Janice Jones 
Betty Jones 
Peggy Jones 
Andrew Keathley 
John WM. Kelley 
Harold Kennedy 
Harry Knowles 
Penelope Koonce 
David Kornegay 
Nancy Carol Kornegay 
Glen Lanier 
Emily Marshburn 
Linda Mercer 
Joseph Noble s 
Dennis Outlaw 
A. J. Outlaw 
Dwight Pate 
Je r ry Picket 
Je ssie Pike 
Johnnie Pike 
Wanda Potter 
Catherine Rouse 
Judy Rouse 
Melvin Rouse 
Sandra Rouse 
Glenwood Sanderson 
Milton Singleton 
Janice Smith 
Linda Smith 
Thomas Smith 
Billy Stroud 
Danelle Stroud 
Julia Sutton 
Linda Sutton 
J. D. Thigpen 
Wm. Robert Thigpen 
Travis Tillman 
Harold Turner 
Keith Turner 
Hal Walker 
Audrey Wallace 
Jimmy Waters 
Gloria Wallace 
Max Waters 
Andy Whitfield 
Cindy Williams 




SECOND GRADE 





Keith Alphin 
Pamela Atkinson 
Adron Bell 
Douglas Brinson 
Randy Brinson 
Nadine Byrd 
Deverly Bail 
Sue Bail 
Dianne Daniels 
Linda Dawson 
Ruth Deaver 
Frederick Faulkner 
Marie Foss 
Gerald Garner 
Betty Goodson 
Glenn Gufford 
Marion Hansley 
Clarry Hargrove 
Michael Harper 
Lucille Herring 
Marlene Herring 
Ronnie Holland 
Sherwood Jackson 
Alford Jones 
Danny Jones 
Davey Jones 
Dennis Jones 
Brenda Koonce 
Danny Kornegay 
Betty Mewborn 
Gail Morris 
Faye Outlaw 
Gail Outlaw 
James Page 
Ronald Pate 
La Donna Patterson 
Linda Potter 
Annette Powell 
Charlie Price 
Bryan Rouse 
Linda Rouse 
Paulette Sackett 
Norma Sandlin 
Joe Scott 
Phyllis Singleton 
Craig Smith 
Dennis Smith 
John Smith, Jr. 

June Smith 
Dwight Stroud 
James Stroud 
Vivian Stroud 
Franklin Southerland 
Wayland Southerland 
Clark Sullivan 
Maurice Taylor 
Ronald Turner 
Thomas Turner 
Kevin Wallace 
Robert Waller 
Mary Worrell 



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FIRST GRADE 



Mary Bell 
Romona Blizzard 
Kay Britt 
Yvonne Carter 
Joyce Craft 
Laurice Bail 
Dorothy Davenport 
Hilda Foss 
Patricia Fulgham 
Betty Grady 
Phillip Grady 
Donald Harper 
Patricia Harper 
Dwaine Herring 
June Herring 
Alan Hill 
Danny Hill 
Cheryl Houston 
Stoney Hinson 
Janice Jackson 
Kirby Jernigan 
Catherin Jones 
Cheryl Jones 
Mack Jones 
Pamela Jones 
Linda Knowles 
Diane Lee 
Dorothy Lee 
Laurence Maready 
Billy Marshburn 
Wesley Murphy 
Jimmy Noble 
Linda Norris 
Ivey Outlaw 
Phyllis Outlaw 
James Parker 
Curtis Patterson 
Glenda Price 
Emmett Rogers Jr. 
Derrick Rouse 
Elton Rouse 
Judith Smith 
Terry Smith 
Sandra Southerland 
Alice Spell 
Charlotte Stroud 
Mary Stroud 
Patricia Stroud 
Rodney Sutton 
David Thigpen 
Patricia Tillman 
Ann Turner 
Jerry Turner 
Montey Uzzell 
Richard Waller 
Kenneth Whaley 
Betsy Williams 
Elmer Whaley 
Douglas Whaley 
Henry Westbrook 





Linda Jones 



Janice Holt 



Doris Taylor 



Linda Rouse 



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CHEERLEADERS 







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JUNIOR VARSITY 

Front row: Sandra Herring, Linda Jones, 
Loujean Harper, Carolyn Bell, Janice 
Holt. Standing: Gloria Uzzell, Betty 
Sanderson, Larry Stewart, coach; 
Zylphia Smith, Marlene Taylor. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 

Everette Westbrook, Phil Outlaw, 
Robert S m i t h , Larry Stewart, coach; 
Billy Jones, Lewis Smith. 



GIRLS’ BASKETBALL 



First row, left to right: Jackie Miller, Judy Patterson, Jean Howard, Betty Lou Waters, Alice 
Faye Smith, Rachel Outlaw, Joette Smith, captain; June Ann Smith, co-captain: Back row, Gail 
Grady, Carolyn Grady, Katherine Dunn, Jarry Hargrove, manager; Mr. Larry Stewart, coach; 
Frank Gautier, manager; Patricia Harper, Trula Howard, Faye Harper, Patricia Miller. 





Center: Frank Gautier, manager; Mr. Larry Stewart, coach; Jarry Hargrove, manager; Standing, 
left to right: Donald Smith, Hugh Smith, Mike Goodson, Jimmy Southerland, Captain; Melvin 
Harper, Tom Stroud, Joel Williams, Franklin Stafford, Jack Hill. 



SCHEDULE 



DATE 




TEAM 


PLACE 


NOV. 


12 . . . 


. . . SEVEN SPRINGS 


. . HERE 


NOV. 


15 . . . 


. . . DEEP RUN 


. . HERE 


NOV. 


19 . . . 


. . . SOUTH WOOD 


, . HERE 


NOV. 


22 . . . 


. . . SEVEN SPRINGS 


, . AWAY 


NOV. 


26 . . . 


. . . PINK HILL 


, . HERE 


DEC. 


3 . . . 


. . . PENDERLEA 


, . HERE 


DEC. 


6 . . . 


. . . PINK HILL 


, . AWAY 


DEC. 


10 . . . 


. . . SOUTH WOOD 


, . AWAY 


DEC. 


13 . . . 


. . . CHINQUAPIN 


, . AWAY 


DEC. 


17 . . . 


. . . PENDERLEA 


, . AWAY 


DEC. 


19 . . . 


. . . WALLACE-ROSE HILL. . , 


, . HERE 


JAN. 


7 . . . 


. . . NORTH DUPLIN 


, . HERE 


JAN. 


10 . . . 


. . . BEULAVILLE 


, . AWAY 


JAN. 


14 . . . 




, . HERE 


JAN. 


17 . . . 


. . . DEEP RUN 


. . AWAY 


JAN. 


21 . . . 


. . . OPEN 




JAN 


24 . . . 


. . . CHINQUAPIN 


, . HERE 


JAN. 


30 . . . 


. . . JONES CENTRAL 


, . AWAY 


JAN. 


31 . . . 


. . . WALLACE-ROSE HILL. . . 


. . AWAY 


FEB. 


4 . . . 


. . . NORTH DUPLIN 


, . AWAY 


FEB. 


7 . . . 


. . . BEULAVILLE 


. . HERE 


FEB. 


11 , . . 


. . . JAMES KENAN 




FEB. 


14 . . . 


. . . JONES CENTRAL 


. . HERE 



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BASEBALL TEAM 




Front row: Freeman Murphy, Franklin Stafford, Tommy Murray, Gregory Smith, Bobby Holt; 
Standing; Larry Stewart, Coach; Melvin Harper, D.L. Scott, Jr., West Kornegay, John Powell. 



SNAPSHOTS 




AUTOGRAPHS 




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AUTOGRAPHS 



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M.B. HOLT & CO. 



HARDWARE, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS 
FERTILIZERS, BUILDING MATERIALS, SEED 



Albertson 



PHONE 3336 



North Carolina 




J.O. STOKES 



NITROGEN SOLUTIONS 
Kenansville, North Carolina 



Offices : 

Kenansville, North Carolina 
Phone 234-6 



Warehouse & Plant 
Warsaw, North Carolina 
Phone 600 




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NITROGEN SOLUTIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BY N. C. STATE COLLEGE FOR PASTURES, 

SMALL GRAIN, CORN, AND OTHER CROPS. 

CONTACT US OR 



LEROY SIMMONS 
Albertson 
Phone 



LESLIE BELL 
Mt. Olive 
Phone 3673 



Compliments of 



ESSO Oil COMPANY 



J. E. RAND 




COMPLETE ESSO PRODUCTS 



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Richlands 



North Carolina 



CONGRATULATIONS 



SENIOR CLASS OF B. F. GRADY SCHOOL 

MAOLA 

MILK AND ICE CREAM CO. 



New Bern 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 




TOBACCO 

WAREHOUSE 



North Carolina 



Clinton 



R.O. CREECH & SON 



R. O. CREECH, SR. 



Agents 



G. T. CREECH 



R. O. CREECH, JR. 




CUSTOM APPLICATION- -LIQUID NITROGEN 
For Grain, Pastures, General Crops 
Phone 4591 

La Grange North Carolina 



SERVICE 


MOTOR COMPANY 


DESOTO 


PLYMOUTH 

VCnV CBMWMPrm 






Kenansville 


Parts and Accessories 
Phone 202-1 

North Carolina 



DAWSON 


MILLING 


COMPANY 




CUSTOM GRINDING & MIXING 

Highway III 
Phone 2161 


Route I 




P. O. Box I7I 


Albertson, North Caro 


.ina 


Pink Hill, North Carolina 



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PIONEER 

TOBACCO 




THE WORLDS FIRST 
SUCCESSFUL 

'Pq open flame 

Pot Type Si Jet 



SMITH'S HEATING 
A R E Incorporated 



CURERS 



Forrest H. Smith 
Pre sident 

Phone -447 1 

Kinston 
North Carolina 



DUMAS GIDDENS OIL CO., INC. 

"Be Sure With Pure" 




Goldsboro North Carolina 



Compliments of 



BEULAVILLE 

FARMERS EXCHANGE & 
LIVESTOCK MARKET 



Beulaville North Carolina 



FOSS-DENN1S MOTOR CO. 



Phone 2471 
La Grange, & Bethel 
North Carolina 




COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 




Kinston North Carolina 



Compliments 0 / 

S. D. TURNER & SONS SAWMILL 



Custom Sawing and Dressing 



Alberts on 



North Carolina 





Compliments of 




MODERN BEAUTY 


SHOP 


Phone 3145 


Polly Hobbs . 










Mount Olive 


North Carolina 



Compliments of 




Compliments of 


FIRST-CITIZENS BANK & TRUST 




SCOTrS STORE 


COMPANY 




W. E. WALLER 
General Merchandise 


Complete Banking Service 






Pink Hill North Carolina 




Mount Olive North Carolina 



Compiiments of 

BILL PATTERSON FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Furniture For Better Living 



Mount Olive 



North Carolina 





Compliments of 


BOSTIC 


MOTOR COMPANY 


Mercury 


Edsel 




English Ford 






Rose Hill 


North Carolina 



Compliments of 



FARMERS WAREHOUSE NO. 1 



Golds boro 




North Carolina 




See the New MM 335 Tractor & 
The MM Uni-Picker-Sheller At 

BEULAVILLE TRACTOR & 
IMP. CO. 



Archie Lanier - -Proprietor 



RICHLANDS MOTOR SALES. INC. 



Chevrolet Sales & Service 
Phone 2521 




Compliments of 




PRICE'S TIRE SERVICE 


KRAFrS STUDIO 




Dependable Recapping 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


Mount Olive, North Carolina 




Phone 2127 














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BROWN OIL COMPANY 




BELLAS WAREHOUSE 


Kenansville, North Carolina 
Phone 249-1 

Anything in Petroleum Products 
Dana Coal Goodyear Tires 




Farmville, North Carolina 
"Sales that Satisfy" 


(JOO^^AR 











Funeral Directors 


WACCAMAW BANK & TRUST CO. 




HOWARD-CARTER 


Beulaville, North Carolina 




FUNERAL HOME 


Phone 217-1 




113 East King Street 


Auto Loans 5% --Savings 3% 




Kinston, North Carolina 






Dial 3177 Ambulance Service 















I. J. SANDLIN COMPANY 



General Merchants 
Beulaville, North Carolina 
Phone 272-1 




BLIZZARD & HOLMES MILL 

Corn Meal &r Purina Chows 
Route 1, Seven Springs 
North Carolina 
Phone Mt. Olive 





HARDBARGER 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

8 II-I /2 North Queen Street 
Kinston, North Carolina 
Air-Conditioned Phone 70240 
Complete Secretarial 
and Accounting Courses 




D. C. MURRAY 




MITCHEL OIL COMPANY 


House Moving Service 






Rose Hill, North Carolina 




Kinston, North Carolina 








SERVICE WHEN 








YOU NEED IT 












Compliments of 



BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST 
COMPANY OF DUPLIN COUNTY 



Member of F. D. I. C. 




SIMMONS GRAIN & FEEDS 



Buyers of all grains 
Custom Grinding and Mixing 
Using Wayne Ingredients 
Albertson, North Carolina 




Compliments of 



CAROLINA CLEANERS AND 
LAUNDRY, INC. 




SIMMONS HOG MARKET 




Compliments of 


"Top Prices for Top Hogs" 
Albertson, North Carolina 




STANDARD DRUG STORES 








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Compliments of 



PLAZA RESTAURANT 



'Home Cooked Food' 



Goldsboro 




North Carolina 



Compliments of 



CALYPSO PLYWOOD CO. 



Phone 2-5448 




Calypso 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 



Kinston 



BRODY^S 




Compliments of 



A. J. SUTTON & SONS, INC. 



Your Patronage Appreciated 



Kinston 




North Carolina 



Compliments of 



W. W. SMITH GROCERY & GRILL 

Located Highway 11 
Phone 216-1 

Pink Hill North Carolina 



Compliments of 



QUINN-McGOWEN CO., INC. 




Warsaw North Carolina 

Beulaville North Carolina 



Compliments of I 

MOUNT OLIVE BUILDING & 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 



$ 

Mount Olive North Carolina 



Compliments of 



WAYNE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


JACKSON GLASS k TOP WORKS 
Kinston, North Carolina 


PARKVIEW DRUG CO. 
Kinston, North Carolina 


COCA-COLA BOTTLING GO. 
Kinston, North Carolina 


GRADY'S BUILDING SUPPLY k HARDWARE 
Kinston, North Carolina 


SEWELL'S PHARMACY 
Kinston, North Carolina 


BOSTIC-HAWES MOTORS, INC. 
Wallace, North Carolina 


E. L. SCOTT 
Kinston, North Carolina 


STROUD'S GARAGE 
Pink Hill, North Carolina 


T. A. TURNER k CO. 
Pink Hill, North Carolina 


M. k N. ESSO STATION 
Richlands, North Carolina 


D. L. SCOTT SR. 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 


THE STYLE SHOP 
La Grange, North Carolina 


RALPH HINSON'S GROCERY 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


SHEPPARDS WAREHOUSE 
Kinston, North Carolina 


SAM'S DRUG STORE 
Rose Hill, North Carolina 


BAKERS FURNITURE CO., INC. 
Kinston, North Carolina 


BLANCHARD k FARRIOR WAREHOUSE 
Wallace, North Carolina 


MURRAY SUPPLY CO. 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


CANNON'S CAFE 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 


WHITE OWL MOTOR CO. 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


BOSTIC TRACTOR k EQUIPMENT CO. 
Rose Hill, North Carolina 


THIGPEN- FICKEN INSURANCE AGENCY 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


MOUNT OLIVE JUNIOR COLLEGE 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


HOME FURNITURE CO., INC. 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


WILSON MOTOR CO. 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 


WALLACE PLUMBING k APPLIANCE CO. 
Wallace, North Carolina 


FREDDIE'S DRIVE-IN-GRILL 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


GARNERS FUNERAL HOME 
Kinston, North Carolina 


ALBERT'S SODA GRILL 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 



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MARY WHITFIELD. HIS Win 
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